Keep a tight rein on your tongue and don't allow the expression of your faith to become disingenuous. You can go on and on about your beliefs, but if they have little or no influence on what you do in your life, they can hardly be called "beliefs." They are meaningless.

Pure, faultless and genuine acts of faith are seen in caring for others, for orphans and widows in their distress, and in keeping yourself from corruption.

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Adaptation from the New Testament letters by Paul D. Morris